Tracking Down Computer Talent
- Managers look beyond CS degree. Steen, Margaret // InfoWorld;06/23/97, Vol. 19 Issue 25, p117
Looks at what information systems (IS) look in potential entry level information technology (IT) employees. Computer science as the course of choice; Real world experience as an important characteristic; Familiarity with the latest technology; Quick learning and problem solving capabilities as...
- REPORTERS' NOTEBOOK. // Crain's Cleveland Business;3/25/2013, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p0026
The article reports that the Northeast Ohio Software Association (NEOSA) is recruiting local programmers after it was selected by the U.S. National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) to host one of the 50 events it is organizing across the world as part of its International Space Apps...
- Open Season On Linux Talent. Gaskin, James E. // Inter@ctive Week;04/17/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 15, p124
Focuses on the hiring of Linux-capable technicians and programmers. Idea of training for Linux skills; Start of certification for operating system efficiency; Several computer companies with certification programs; Recruiting efforts of Red Hat.
- BEYOND AMERICA. Reddy, Madhukar // Siliconindia;Jul2001, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p60
Reports on the recruitment of Asian Indian computer programmers and information technology specialists abroad. Shortage of such specialists; Liberalization of their entry; Number of work visas available in Germany, Great Britain, Norway, New Zealand, Australia, Switzerland, Singapore, Japan and...
- Win a contest and a job. Franzinger, Kathy // Machine Design;12/12/2002, Vol. 74 Issue 23, p134
Reports on the recruiting service of TopCoder Inc., a startup company that provides programmers and software developers the opportunity to test their skills against their peers in online competitions. Approximate number of registered users for the service; Significance of the service to employers.
- Hiring systems people: Interview or inquisition? Schuyler, Michael // Computers in Libraries;Jun97, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p42
Looks at the hiring process of computer programmers or systems people. Questions asked of candidates; What becomes of those who are hired; The idea that you get what you pay for.
- Company Should Have Promoted, Not Hired. Sembower, John F. // Labor Law Journal;Apr70, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p256
This article focuses on the case of Consolidated Papers Inc. and Office and Professional Employees, Local 95 concerning employee hiring and promotion. When the company needed a computer programmer who was proficient with high level computer language, it had to hire a new employee since none of...
- Silicon Valley firm picks Ann Arbor for office. Henderson, Tom // Crain's Detroit Business;7/2/2007, Vol. 23 Issue 27, p1
The article reports that Barracuda Networks Inc., a fast-growing Silicon Valley company that provides anti-spam and anti-virus software for businesses, has opened an engineering and software-development office in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It now employs about 300 and claims to have more than 40,000...
- IT. // Personnel Today;Mar2005 Supplement, p27
The article reports recent long-term predictions for the information technology (IT) jobs market have not been encouraging. A report published by the British Computer Society (BCS) has divulged that if the current trend for offshoring continues, approximately 12% of British IT jobs will be lost...